Everyone is invited to take part in the Communities in Bloom Halloween Parade

Halloween parade planned for Harrison

Cookies, costumes and contests in Harrison Hot Springs

Calling all goblins and ghouls, princesses and fairies.

The Harrison Hot Springs Communities in Bloom group has just the thing to get your Halloween spirit fire up. They are once again organizing a Halloween Costume Parade.

The parade takes place on Sunday, Oct. 26, beginning at 2 p.m. at the Spirit Square at the end of Hot Springs Road on Esplanade.

Agassiz librarian Terrill Scott will be reading a Halloween story, and books will be handed out to families. Everyone is invited to bring out their carved pumpkins for a chance to win a prize, and everyone gets cookies.

The parade will happen rain or shine, so pack along an umbrella just in case. If it is raining, meet up at Harrison Memorial Hall.

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